Mid-winter blues! Too much to do! Feeling down and overwhelmed? Don’t despair! There’s something here for you! FUN FOUND HERE! Join me Sunday, Feb 26 or Monday, Feb 27 for a mind-altering (literally!) and super fun experience at one of these Philadelphia area indoor rock climbing gyms! STRESS RELIEF AWAITS YOU! Join me Wednesday, March
This is YOUR year! It’s time to build on what you created in 2016 and stretch for new goals in 2017! You will continue to remove internal obstacles and challenge yourself to grow in new ways! But, how exactly? CLARITY * DISCERNMENT * FOCUS & FOLLOW-THROUGH * LEARN & GROW * CELEBRATE And, if at
Don’t let this election get you down! Regardless of the outcome of this historic presidential election in the United States, the reality is that we as a nation are only as strong as the sum of our parts: our individual citizens. And when each one of us strives to improve ourselves, we strengthen our nation
You have numerous responsibilities. We all do. And in the current time of 24/7 mobile accessibility, only you can decide when to stop being available and rest. But when everyone else is online at all hours, what can you do? Combating overwhelm is difficult. BE YOUR OWN BAROMETER As hard as it is, do NOT compare
Our beloved 11-year old chocolate Labrador Zoe left us unexpectedly earlier this month. I am usually the first to say carpe diem (Live and love now! Don’t wait!), and the loss of Zoe provided another reminder of how short life can be. I’ve written on this topic before, but felt it needed to be revisited.
Can you feel it? Spring energy is pushing you to clean out the old and make room for new growth. Maybe you’ve felt the urge already? The urge to… …weed your winter plant beds? …go through your finances and cut out unnecessary expenses? …clean out closets and drawers? …phase out unprofitable clients? …declutter your desktop?
When faced with exhaustion and overwhelm, there can be the sense that everything has to change. Your work, your relationships, your living situation, your weight, and on and on. And yet that feels even more overwhelming. And so you shut down. But what if you imagined the teeniest tiniest step you could take in a
Believe it or not, I resist accountability. I do everything I can to not create measurable goals and not have to follow through on my goals. Why? Part of my nature is a perfectionist and my inner perfectionist does not like to be criticized. So if I am not working toward something, then how can
I’ve noticed that my five year old can sleep soundly in a room with the lights on, the radio blaring, and people talking in the background. But if I turn out the light, turn off the radio, and close the door, he wakes up in just a few minutes. I myself have had this experience,
I know, I know, another Star Wars reference. But here’s where my philosophy is different from Yoda’s. I feel it’s important to embrace your dark side. Take 30 seconds and do this**: –>Draw a circle with at least a 4-inch diameter. –>Along the outer edges of the circle, write words that describe your qualities–both the